“Vanilla Fudge” by Vanilla Fudge - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Debut album from the young New York rockers who lined up: Mark Stein (20, lead vocals, keyboards), Vince Martell (21, guitar, vocals), Tim Bogert (22, bass, vocals) and Carmine Appice (20, drums, vocals). “What the world needs”, thought they, “is an album of pop and soul covers done sludge-rock-style, ground down with a low and dirty hammond organ pushed into the red.” Getting Vanilla-Fudged were: “Ticket To Ride” (The Beatles, 1965), “People Get Ready” (The Impressions, 1965), “She’s Not There” (The Zombies, 1964), “Bang Bang” (Cher, 1966), “You Keep Me Hanging On” (The Supremes, 1966) and “Take Me For A Little While” (Evie Sands, 1965) and “Eleanor Rigby” (The Beatles, 1966).

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A1 [05:40] 6.5.png Vanilla Fudge - Ticket To Ride (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) Psychedelia
A2 [06:30] 5.0.png Vanilla Fudge - People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) Rock
A3 [04:55] 4.7.png Vanilla Fudge - She’s Not There (Rod Argent) Psychedelia
A4 [05:20] 4.5.png Vanilla Fudge - Bang Bang (Sonny Bono) Psychedelia
B1 [07:25] 6.0.png Vanilla Fudge - STRA (Illusions Of My Childhood - Part One) / You Keep Me Hangin’ On (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland) Prog
B2 [03:25] 5.1.png Vanilla Fudge - WBER (Illusions Of My Childhood - Part Two) / Take Me For A Little While / RYFI (Illusions Of My Childhood - Part Three) (Trade Martin) Prog
B3 [08:20] 5.9.png Vanilla Fudge - Eleanor Rigby / ELDS (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) Psychedelia

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